Despite the urban reconfiguration, Vila Autódromo still carries the marks of the demolitions executed between March 2014 until April 2016. The AEIS Territory (Area of Special Social Interest), which is around the new residents’ houses in Vila Autódromo, preserves several ruins from the evicted houses.
For the symbolism of resistance and memory, in addition to the land and the current houses of Vila Autódromo, this rubble is also part of the collection of the Evictions Museum.
Of the eleven streets that the community once had, at least four still keep records of the eviction of the original houses. The spaces are part of the visitation route of the Evictions Museum and portray the violence suffered by the residents.